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Sleeping Sickness Parasite Protein is Unraveled

News   Sep 14, 2018 | Original Press Release from ETH Zurich

 
Sleeping Sickness Parasite Protein is Unraveled

Yellow: Proteins of the large subunit. Orange: RNA molecules of the small subunit. Dark blue: proteins of the large subunit; light blue: RNA molecules of the large subunit. Credit: Group Prof. Nenad Ban / ETH Zurich)

 
 
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